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Il mercato nazionale e locale per l'energia. Il servizio al consumatore finale quale ultimo step di un'unica filiera
Journal Title: ECONOMIA DELLE FONTI DI ENERGIA E DELL’AMBIENTE 
Author/s: Barbara Antonioli 
Year:  2008 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  11 Pg. 153-163 FullText PDF:  560 KB
DOI:  10.3280/EFE2008-003007
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National and local energy market. Consumer as final step of the value chain - The reorganization of the energy market, together with an increase in the mobility of resources and the evolution of supply, have reduced borders between national and local market, and both regulatory policies and players’ strategies have to consider these renewed environment. The goal of this paper is to make some considerations about the dimension and the interactions between national and locals, up-stream and downstream energy markets, both in terms of value chain phases regulation and of the impact on firms’ organization and on the industry as a whole. We want to highlight evident problems of coordination of different rules, the necessity to define a clear national industrial policy (not fragmented at local level), as well as the relevance of the end user prices regulation for liberalized market. In particular, this kind of regulation seems to represent a key point of the current discussion between operators and the energy Authority. The end users price regulation present some critical aspects related to its (contested) limited contribution to a real price competition but, on the other side, had to be considered as a strong protection for domestic customers, as well as a way to reduce information asymmetry.

Key words: Energy, competition, regulation.

JEL classifications: H1, K2.

Parole chiave: Energia, concorrenza, regolazione.

Barbara Antonioli, in "ECONOMIA DELLE FONTI DI ENERGIA E DELL’AMBIENTE" 3/2008, pp. 153-163, DOI:10.3280/EFE2008-003007

   

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